Latest Posts

In our latest issue of the Leader magazine , we looked at four young, beginning and small farmers on their journey to building their operations. We took this issue’s Talkin’ Shop questions to our loan officers to get some further insight on what questions these farmers have for us and some organizations that provide further resources.. Read More »

Crop insurance agents at area lender MidAtlantic Farm Credit want to remind producers that important fall sales closing dates are approaching for purchasing crop insurance. Wheat and barley sales close on September 30, pasture rangeland and forage (PRF) close on November 15, and orchard and vineyard close on November 20.

There are a lot of things important to us at Farm Credit: it’s important to us that we treat our customers fairly and with respect; it’s important to us that we hire and keep professional, dedicated, and talented people; it’s important to us that we hold ourselves to the highest standards of ethics and integrity.. Read More »

When you’ve been around as long as we have, it’s easy to wonder how it all started, where it began and what it looked like. In preparation for our centennial  milestone, July 2016, we’re asking our customers and followers to help us collect Farm Credit memorabilia that dates back to the beginning. This memorabilia can be. Read More »

MidAtlantic Farm Credit, a members-owned cooperative and an institution of the national Farm Credit system, recently reported their second quarter financial results for 2015. Average accruing loan volume for the first six months of 2015 was $2.26 billion, an increase of 3.6 percent compared to the same 2014 period. Net interest income for the second. Read More »

  MidAtlantic Farm Credit hosted Farm Credit Day at the Delaware State Fair on Wednesday, July 29. The fair, which brings in over 300,000 people from across the DelMarVa region, was held July 23-August 1.   “We look forward to the Delaware State Fair each year as much as our customers do,” says Kenny Bounds,. Read More »

If you read our recent posts regarding the Farm Credit Centennial, you’re well aware of what was happening a little over 100 years ago and why the United States needed to establish systems to support their rural communities. If you missed them, you can click here to read about how the Farm Credit System came about,. Read More »

If you looked through last year’s calendar photo contest winners, you would see many different aspects of agriculture. One thing that all of these photos have in common is that they make us feel like home. Usually when you think of home, you think of a place, but this was a little different. We had so many. Read More »

MidAtlantic Farm Credit recently introduced their three student interns. “We are committed to providing the students throughout our territory a valuable learning experience during their internship with Farm Credit,” says Bob Frazee, CEO of MidAtlantic Farm Credit. “These students have bright futures ahead of them, and we hope to help guide them on their path. Read More »

Agriculture is important, and we mean that in more ways than one. It’s important to the farmer, the farmer’s family, the community in which they live and work, and, on a grander scale, the world. We need farmers to provide for a growing world, which also means we need to continue to find ways to. Read More »